Fine settimana di vacanza, Budino di platino, corteo di bandiere. Palace reveals how Queen's 70th year on the throne will be celebrated

This year is set to be a landmark one for Britain’s Regina Elisabetta II.

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To celebrate the unprecedented anniversary, a number of events will take place throughout the UK over the yearculminating in a four-day national bank holiday weekend from Thursday June 2 until Sunday June 5, known as the Jubilee Weekend.
    The holiday itself will include a variety of public events and community activities, così come “national moments of reflectionon the Queen’s 70 anni di servizio.
      The upcoming celebrations will be the Queen’s first jubilee without her husband, Principe Filippo, che è morto in 2021.
        The monarch’s private estatesincluding Sandringham House and Balmoral Castlewill also join in with Jubilee themed events.
        One of the initiatives due to take place as part of the celebrations is known as the “Budino di platino” celebrazione — a nationwide baking competition seeking out a new dessert dedicated to the Queen. UK residents aged 8 and over will be invited to create a recipe and the finalists will be judged by a panel including famed baker Mary Berry, Monica Galetti and the Buckingham Palace head chef Mark Flanagan.
          The winning recipe will then be made available to the public ahead of the Jubilee Weekend.
          Other events planned to mark the occasion include theBBC Platinum Party at the Palace” — a live concert which promises to bring together some of the world’s biggest entertainment stars to celebrate significant moments from the Queen’s reign.
          On Thursday June 2, più di 1,500 città, villages and cities throughout the UK and its overseas territories will light a beacon to mark the Jubilee. The capitals of Commonwealth countries will also light beaconseven as sentiment towards the British monarch in the Commonwealth now differs throughout different nations.
          The Jubilee Weekend celebrations will also seeBig Jubilee Lunchestake place across Britain, including flagship events in London and at Cornwall’s Eden Projectwhere the idea for the lunches originated.
          A Platinum Jubilee Pageant will also be held, in which artistic performers, dancers, musicians, military personnel, key workers and volunteers will unite to tell the story of Queen Elizabeth II’s reign in a festival of creativity. It will take place in London and will include street arts, theater, musica, circus, costumi, and visual technology.
          This pageant will involve aRiver of Hopesection that will comprise 200 silk flags that will process down The Mallthe road in London that leads to Buckingham Palacelike a river. School children are invited to create a picture of their hopes and aspirations for the planet over the next 70 anni.
          The artwork for the flags will be focused on climate change and incorporate the children’s messages for the future.
            The pageant will take place on June 5, the last day of the Platinum Jubilee Weekend celebrations, as the events marking the monarch’s historic 70-year reign draw to a close.
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